-- and let them know that they're WRONG, dead wrong.
Yesterday, kos published a diary in which a Democratic pollster says that he "feels" that most voters actually want to cut entitlements. You know, 'cuz we're all so concerned about the deficit and all. Yeah, when there's not enough money to put food on the table or a roof over your head, the deficit is absolutely THE first thing that people think of when they get up each morning. The only "deficit" that millions of unemployed Americans care about is the jobs deficit, not how many more trillions of dollars will be siphoned off of taxpayers and donated -- yet again -- to predatory banksters to pay off their gambling debts.
Well, maybe it's time to give Pete "Deep Thoughts" Brodnitz some ... personal ... data points that he can reflect upon. Something that will help him when he sees yet another poll showing that Americans want our entitlements left alone - and yet he somehow "gleans" the exact opposite. Maybe if he hears from enough actual Americans, he'll finally be able to "discern" what we mean when we say "keep your greedy mitts off of Social Security".
Here's his contact information, conveniently provided on the "what we do" page of the clueless "strategy group" providing "stratergery" about What Voters Want to our so-called "leaders":
Pete BrodnitzBetter yet, why not take a moment to let the other principals know how we actual voters "feel":
More from their "what we do" page: they
dig deeply into an audience’s underlying attitudes and emotionsFunny how all that "digging" leads them to believe the exact opposite of what voters actually want.
Pushing past traditional approaches and tired questions, we thoroughly examine customer opinions and values to understand what truly drives decision-making.Having thoroughly "examined" the foot up their a**, what a shock that they consistently "misunderestimate" what poll after poll after poll show that Americans actually believe.
And finally, their
"Values-Driven Competitive FrameworkingSM approach" ... that allows them to "identify values that trump all others"-- and yet they completely miss the ONE "value that trumps all others" -- that Democrats, independents and Republicans alike don't want Social Security to be cut.